A continuación, como lo prometido es deuda, os dejo la primera parte de la segunda parte -valga la redundancia- de las preguntas que respondió Jennifer L. Armentrout hace algunos meses y que The Luxen Army tuvieron el detalle de reunir.
Hoy, os traigo parte de esas preguntas TRADUCIDAS. Que las disfrutéis.
When you read, do you limit yourself to the genres you write, or do you read a range?
Realmente, cuando estoy escribiendo YA, no leo YA. Cuando estoy escribiendo NA, no leo NA. Me limito al género en el que estoy trabajando. Por lo que, cuando estoy escribiendo para Adultos, normalmente leo YA y otras cosas.
What happened with the release date for Tempting the Bodyguard? I had always read that it was coming out in November of 2013, but I looked today and see that it now says May of 2014. You’ve mentioned before that the book is finished, I guess I just don’t understand why it isn’t coming out on schedule! I imagine that it’s because of the publishing company and if that’s the case who do I call? I’ve been waiting for the third installment for forever!
Which book of yours did you complete in the shortest time frame and which book of yours did you complete in the longest time frame?
Fan: ¿Cuál libro es el que menos tiempo has tardado en escribir y cuál el que más?
JLA: Obsidian fue el más rápido. Lo escribí en 7 días.
Have you read the Vampire Academy series before you wrote the Covenant series?
Who’s the main male character in Dark Elements? Which previous character is he most like?
what do you do to keep organized when writing different books and series at the same time?
Fan: Since you are a writer, how do you know that your writing is good?
Do you read books from the same genres that you have books in?
Since all your plots are so different, how do you come up with them?
Do you know what you are going to write before you write it or do you come up with it as you write?
How do you feel about killing off the main characters?
JLA: No tengo ningún problema con hacerlo. LOL
How do you come up with the personalities of the characters in the books? their names?
Do you intend to write a spin-off of Covenant Series or perhaps start a season 2?
How did you feel for the Covenant Series being adapted as a TV series while Lux Series as a movie?
Among all the Greek gods, which god is your favorite?
What keeps you motivated? What drives you throughout the writing and how did you manage to piece all bits of the story into a wonderful book?
I remember a while ago on your blog you posted some chapters of a book you said you started writing in 2011, but stopped to write the Lux series. I’m pretty sure you called it Sebastian. I haven’t been able to get those characters out of my head. Are you planning on revisiting it?
do you think they guys like them [Daemon and Aiden] could exist?
Do you ever have any doubts about where you’re going to take the plot of a story? How do you deal with that?
When you write books, how many pages do you averagely write daily?
What is your favorite part of the book? (Trust in Me)
What was the hardest part to write Trust in Me?
Do you have a favorite genre you perfer to write?
Is there any chance that you will come to Venezuela next year?
Have you thought about putting
Obsession and Shadows in paperback?
Is Pepe on the cover of Opposition?
Who was your favorite teacher and why?
Where you an indie author before you became a published author?
Did you have any trouble getting your publisher to agree to allowing you to write in different genres?
Thanks again to The Luxen Army for sharing all the questions with all of us. You do such an amazing job every day!
And special THANKS to our lovely and wonderful author, Jennifer L. Armentrout, for spending her time answering to the fans and for everything she gives to us every day, too!
Traducción y Artículo por Bella Carstairs, Saga Lux Spain
Fuente:The Luxen Army